The blue bonnets are out in full swing and they are pretty.
I guess that means spring time, the time of year where we can make more new years resolutions! We can turn over a new life and forget about what's in the past and move forward.
Springtime also means allergies. Everything that can possibly bloom does in Texas.
The Sisters tried to beat my cookies this week. They didn't and everyone agrees that mine are better. So that's 10 points for the Elders.
We painted a fence. And I painted my name.
I played the paint again for another baptism this week.... I guess these things are catching on and I'm a decent piano player.
The baptism was super spiritual. It was for a man named Luke. He is in the Ward and we used to teach him, but he moved and now the sisters get to teach him. But he got baptized his last weekend.
Tammy told us that she doesn't want to get baptized this week, but that it to for sure be within the next few weeks, which is an improvement! She has been sort of on the fence, but that's changed over the last few days.
We are super excited for her. She came to Lukes baptism and that's what convinced her that she needed this in her life! Cody didn't make it to church this week, but is still super set on getting baptized.
Well, going to keep it pretty short and simple this week. Here's a Spiritual Thought!
"A morning prayer and an early search in the scriptures to know what we should do for the Lord can set the course of a day. We can know which task, of all those we might choose, matters most to God and therefore to us. I have learned such a prayer is always answered if we ask and ponder with childlike submission, ready to act without delay to perform even the most humble service."
- President Henry B Eyring.
Think about it!
Love yall, bye!